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Inclusion & Diversity report

Twitter's Inclusion & Diversity Report
We’re on a journey to be the world’s most diverse and inclusive company –– it’s key to serving the public conversation.

We’re on a journey to be the world’s most diverse and inclusive company – it’s key to serving the public conversation. Our path starts with having a workforce that looks like the amazing people around the world who use our service everyday. We’ve made steady progress, but our work doesn’t end #UntilWeAllBelong.

2025 Vision

50%

At least half of our global workforce will be women

25%

At least a quarter of our US workforce will be under-represented minorities

How we're doing

Global gender

  • All roles
  • Technical roles
  • Leadership
42.2%

Women

57.1%

Men

<1.0%

Non-binary / Non-conforming

24.8%

Women

74.0%

Men

<1.0%

Non-binary / Non-conforming

37.8%

Women

62.2%

Men

0.0%

Non-binary / Non-conforming

US ethnicity

  • All roles
  • Technical roles
  • Leadership
41.4%

White

28.4%

Asian

6.3%

Black

5.2%

Latinx

3.7%

Multiracial

<1.0%

Indigenous

35.0%

White

35.8%

Asian

5.1%

Black

4.2%

Latinx

3.1%

Multiracial

<1.0%

Indigenous

56.8%

White

16.8%

Asian

5.7%

Black

4.3%

Latinx

2.4%

Multiracial

0.0%

Indigenous


 

This section is based on employee self-identification. Percentages may not sum to 100 due to rounding and that some Tweeps Decline to Disclose. Includes regular, full-time employees who were active or on leave as of the effective date. Leadership includes directors and above. Technical is our functional designation and omits G&A and sales designations. “Underrepresented minorities” includes Black, Latinx, Multiracial, and Indigenous populations. “Indigenous” includes Native American, Native Alaskan, and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander populations. Data effective as 8/31/2020.

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Twitter Together is a community of advocates, allies, and champions – working together #UntilWeAllBelong. Join us on this journey.